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Kat Larson

Servant Leadership

This world continues its descent into chaos. Every morning I have to actively resist not falling prey to fear. The news is all about terrorism;

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Kat Larson

Holy Disturbance

On Corpus Christi last year, the homily focused on how humans have this never-ending desire for satisfaction. If I only look to worldly goods to

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Feasts
Kat Larson

Heartburn

Last week we celebrated the birthday of the Church — Pentecost. I am amazed I looked forward to this feast day so much; sometimes it

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Family
Kat Larson

Celebration of Life

My grandfather died in May. I have experienced the loss of several loved ones throughout my life; I should be able to accept death. The

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Religion
Kat Larson

Silence

After eight long weeks, I was finally able to re-enter a church for Sunday Mass. The restrictions imposed by the pandemic that has plagued our

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Prayer
Kat Larson

Praying Deeper

It is officially May, and I have been in a state of isolation for over a month due to the pandemic. In the past week,

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Career
Kat Larson

Work of Faith

This past week focused my attention on several new realities it’s difficult for me to admit. When my company first temporarily shut down, the concept

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Kat Larson

Quarantine

It has taken some time, but I am finally experiencing the fruits of this quarantine. A dear friend of mine sent me an email echoing

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Feasts
Kat Larson

Easter Hope

He has Risen, He has Risen indeed. Praise the Lord, Glory and Alleluia. I do not think I have ever been so starved to speak

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Kat Larson

Broken

I feel as though I should start dating these blogs the way the captains on starships dated their logs on classic episodes of “Star Trek.”

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Kat Larson

Desperation

Last Sunday, my priest proclaimed in his homily: “Faith is where desperation meets Jesus Christ.” These words entered my soul and took hold. As this

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Life
Kat Larson

Alone

Last week was one of new realities, realities I could never have imagined were even possible. These new realities came as a shock, not just

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Kat Larson

Deus Nobiscum!

When the Lamb opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature say, “Come!” I looked, and there before me was

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Kat Larson

What is Wrong With the World?

In the early twentieth century, a popular publication asked the question: “What is wrong with the world?” The question received several different responses, but the

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Kat Larson

Hosting

I had not even been living on my own for two weeks in my apartment when I found myself facing a very unfamiliar situation. My

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Kat Larson

Here I Am, Lord

HERE I AM, LORD (lyrics by Dan Schutte) I, the Lord of sea and sky I have heard My people cry. All who dwell in

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Kat Larson

My Roommate

The last two weeks of my life have been a whirlwind. God somehow managed to pack so much into them, I find it hard to

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Kat Larson

The Mystery of the Magi

“They were overjoyed at seeing the star, and on entering the house they saw the child with Mary His mother.  They prostrated themselves and did

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Kat Larson

Do You Believe?

“Do you believe that I can do this?” Jesus asked the two blind men who came to Him pleading to Him to restore their sight.

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Kat Larson

I Am Sorry, Mom

This weekend was a time of great significance. The Church celebrated the third Sunday of Advent, Gaudete Sunday (“Rejoice” Sunday), but it was personally significant

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